Aircraft occurrences similar to or like Aeroflot Flight 2

Regularly scheduled passenger flight operated by Aeroflot from Vitim Airport in the Sakha Republic to Irkutsk International Airport near Irkutsk. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 213 (1962)

    Regularly scheduled passenger flight operated by Aeroflot from Chersky Airport to Keperveyem Airport. On 18 September 1962, the Ilyushin Il-14 operating this flight crashed shortly after takeoff. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 36 (1960)

    Regularly scheduled passenger flight operated by Aeroflot from Cairo International Airport to Bykovo Airport. Engine fire. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 315 (1959)

    Regularly scheduled passenger flight operated by Aeroflot from Vnukovo International Airport in Moscow to Lviv Airport in Lviv, Ukraine. On 16 November 1959, the Antonov An-10 operating this flight crashed short of the airport runway while on final approach. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 3739 (1976)

    Regularly scheduled Russian domestic flight from Irkutsk to Pulkovo Airport in Saint Petersburg (with a stopover at Tolmachevo Airport) that crashed during takeoff from Irkutsk International Airport on 9 February 1976. 24 of the 114 people on board perished in the accident. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 315 (1960)

    Regularly scheduled passenger flight operated by Aeroflot from Vnukovo International Airport in Moscow to Lviv Airport in Lviv, Ukraine. On 26 February 1960, the An-10 operating this flight crashed short of the airport runway while on final approach. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 3630

    Regularly scheduled passenger flight operated by Aeroflot from Mineralnye Vody Airport to Vilnius Airport with a stop over at Rostov-on-Don Airport. On 2 September 1970, the Tu-124 operating this flight crashed after a loss of control at cruise altitude, 42 minutes after take off from Rostov-on-Don Airport. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 68

    Regularly scheduled passenger flight operated by Aeroflot from Khabarovsk Novy Airport in Khabarovsk Krai to Pulkovo Airport in Saint Petersburg with intermediate stops at Tolmachevo Airport in Ob, Russia, then Koltsovo Airport in Yekaterinburg. On 16 March 1961, the Tupolev Tu-104B operating this flight crashed shortly after take off from Koltsovo Airport. Wikipedia

  • S7 Airlines Flight 778

    Airbus A310-300 on a scheduled domestic passenger flight, flying from Moscow Domodedovo to Irkutsk, when it crashed upon landing at Irkutsk International Airport at 07:44 local time on 9 July 2006 (8 July, 22:44 UTC), killing 125 people. The plane overshot the runway, sliding over several hundred metres of wet runway and grass. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 902

    Passenger flight on a scheduled domestic service from Khabarovsk to Moscow, with intermediate stops at Irkutsk and Omsk, Russia. Operated by a Tu-104A aircraft. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 109

    Scheduled domestic passenger flight from Moscow to Chita with stopovers in Chelyabinsk, Novosibirsk, and Irkutsk. Shot by the air marshal. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 1912

    Scheduled domestic Aeroflot passenger flight on the Odessa-Kyiv-Chelyabinsk-Novosibirsk-Irkutsk-Khabarovsk-Vladivostok route that crashed on 25 July 1971, making a hard landing at Irkutsk Airport. It touched down 150 m (490 ft) short of the runway, breaking the left wing and catching fire. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 120

    International Soviet passenger flight from Kabul International Airport in Afghanistan to Tashkent International Airport in the Uzbek SSR. On 13 December 1959 the Aeroflot Ilyushin Il-14P operating the flight crashed in the Boysun District killing all 25 passengers and 5 crew on board. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 4

    Scheduled domestic passenger flight from Khabarovsk to Moscow with a stopover in Irkutsk that crashed on 15 August 1958, killing all 64 passengers and crew aboard the aircraft. The first fatal accident involving a Tupolev Tu-104. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 3739 (1988)

    Soviet domestic passenger flight from Irkutsk to Leningrad with a stopover in Kurgan. Hijacked by the Ovechkin family, whose members sought an escape from the Soviet Union. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 663

    Soviet passenger flight from Tbilisi International Airport to Krasnodar International Airport that crashed on 24 August 1963, in the Kutaisi region. Aeroflot Avia 14. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 2723

    Soviet domestic passenger flight from Bina International Airport to Makhachkala Airport. On 23 April 1966 the Ilyushin Il-14 operating the route ditched in the Caspian Sea following engine problems. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 207

    Soviet domestic passenger flight from Rostov-on-Don Airport to Tbilisi International Airport that crashed on 10 June 1960 in the Tkvarcheli district. Ilyushin Il-14 aircraft operated by Aeroflot. Wikipedia

  • Baikal Airlines Flight 130

    Scheduled domestic passenger flight from Irkutsk to Moscow that crashed on 3 January 1994. Tupolev Tu-154 operated by Russian airline Baikal Airlines. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 601

    Scheduled Soviet domestic passenger flight from Arkhangelsk to Leshukonskoye, operated by Aeroflot. The Antonov An-24RV crashed on 24 December 1983 during approach to Leshukonskoye. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 3519

    Tupolev Tu-154B-2 airline flight on a domestic route from Krasnoyarsk to Irkutsk on 23 December 1984. Emergency landing. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 191

    Soviet domestic passenger flight from Vnukovo International Airport to Ashgabat International Airport, with a stopover in Turkmenbashi International Airport. On 5 March 1963, the Ilyushin Il-18 crashed while landing at Ashgabat International Airport as a result of a dust storm. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 331

    International passenger flight operated by an Ilyushin Il-62M that crashed about 1 km from José Martí International Airport, in Havana, Cuba, on 27 May 1977. The accident occurred after the aircraft hit power lines on its final approach to the airport during poor weather. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 65

    Scheduled passenger flight operated by the International Civil Aviation Directorate division of Aeroflot. On 17 February 1966 at 1:38 am local time a Tupolev Tu-114 crashed during take-off from Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow, killing 21 of the 47 passengers and 19 crew members on board. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 36 (1976)

    Scheduled domestic Aeroflot passenger flight from Chernivtsi International Airport to Kyiv International Airport , Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic that crashed on 17 December 1976 near Kiev airport, resulting in 48 fatalities and 7 survivors. Antonov An-24 designed to carry 50 passengers. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 19

    Scheduled passenger flight from Bykovo Airport, Moscow, to Bryansk Airport, Bryansk. Hijacked by 4 people 10 minutes before landing. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 6263

    Scheduled domestic passenger flight from Krasnodar International Airport to Perm International Airport, with stopovers in Volgograd, Saratov, and Kazan. Scheduled to land in Perm on 21 January 1973, the aircraft entered a downward spiral and crashed in Bolshesosnovsky District approximately 91 km from Perm International Airport, its intended destination. Wikipedia

  • American Airlines Flight 191

    Regularly scheduled passenger flight operated by American Airlines from O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, Illinois, to Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California. Taking off from runway 32R when it crashed into the ground after the left engine detached. Wikipedia

  • Aeroflot Flight 3932

    Flight operated by Aeroflot from Koltsovo Airport to Omsk Tsentralny Airport. On 30 September 1973 the Tupolev Tu-104 operating the route crashed shortly after takeoff from Sverdlovsk, killing all 108 passengers and crew on board. Wikipedia

  • Vladivostok Air Flight 352

    Scheduled passenger flight from Yekaterinburg, Russia to Vladivostok via Irkutsk. On 4 July 2001, the plane operating the flight, a Tupolev Tu-154M with tail number RA-85845, lost control, stalled, and crashed while approaching Irkutsk Airport. Wikipedia

  • Air China Flight 129

    Scheduled international passenger flight, operated by Air China, from Beijing Capital International Airport to Gimhae International Airport in Busan. On April 15, 2002, the aircraft on this route, a Boeing 767-200ER, crashed into a hill near Busan, killing 129 of the 166 people on board. Wikipedia

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